Cagliari v Torino –
Torino’s run of six consecutive BTTS away matches was only ended with a 3-0 defeat at third-place Roma last time out.
Walter Mazzarri’s side have only failed to score in that match and against Juventus in 2018, but have conceded in all but two games on the road all season.
Both teams have scored in Cagliari’s last two matches, including a 2-2 draw with Lazio in their last home game, while October’s reverse fixture finished 2-1.
Hannover v RB Leipzig –
After an impressive 2-1 victory over Bayern Munich last time out, both teams have scored in five of RB Leipzig’s last six games.
Ralph Hasenhuttl’s side have only failed to score in one of their last 13 league matches, with at least one of strikers Timo Werner and Jean-Kevin Augustin scoring in four of their last five.
There have been goals at both ends in four of Hannover’s last six league matches, including a 4-4 and 3-2, while the reverse fixture finished 2-1 in November.
Hoffenheim v Cologne –
After drawing 3-3 with Borussia Monchengladbach in their last match, no Bundesliga team has been involved in more BTTS matches than Hoffenheim this season.
Julian Nagelsmann’s side have scored and conceded in nine of their last 11 matches, including a 1-4 and 5-2, as well as that 3-3.
There have been goals at both ends in seven of Cologne’s last eight matches, including two 2-3s and a 4-2. Despite being headed for relegation with the league’s worst defence, they have scored in their last 10 games.
Brighton v Leicester –
Only two teams have been involved in more BTTS matches than Leicester in Europe’s top five leagues.
There have been goals at both ends in 10 of the Foxes’ last 11 away matches, and in each of their last six overall, with at least one of Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez scoring in 10 of their last 12 league games.
Brighton have scored and conceded in six of their last seven at the Amex Stadium, with the exception their 4-0 defeat to Chelsea.